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The boy Fedor told about the refusal of the tractor driver to transport children fleeing from terrorists

Fedor, a 10-year-old boy, who was injured in the Bryansk region during the escape of saboteurs from Ukrainian territory, told the details of that terrible day. According to him, a man met on the way on a tractor refused to help them escape from the militants.

Fedor is still in hospital, but journalists were able to speak to him. The boy said that during the attack of the saboteurs everything happened very quickly and he did not have time to be particularly scared. He did not see his injury immediately.

“We walked through the forest to another village. A tractor was driving, we stopped it and said, “Bring it on”. He said, ‘I won’t take you’ and he went on his way,” the boy said.

As a result, the next passing car picked up the children and took them to a safe place.

Recall that on Thursday saboteurs fired on two cars in the Klimovsky district, killing the drivers. Fedor and two girls were in one of the cars. The boy managed to get out of the car, despite his injury, and take the girls. Currently, the child’s condition remains serious after the operation.

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